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May 1907] Index to North American Mycology 125 



INDEX TO NORTH AMERICAN MYCOLOGY. 

Alphabetical List of Articles, Authors, Subjects, New Species and 
Hosts, New Names and Synonyms. 

W. A. KBLLBRMAN. 

{Continued from page 87.) 

Bovistella ohiensis Morgan. [Mycenastrum ohiense Ellis & 
Morgan. Scleroderma ohiense De Toni, Sacc. Syll.J 
Lloyd, Myc. Notes, 23:279. Aug. 1906. 

Bovistella paludosa ? [Bovista paludosa Lev ; Calvatia paludosa, 
Sacc. Syll.] Lloyd, Myc. Notes, 23 :28o. Aug. 1906. 

Bovistella pedicellata [Lycoperdon pedicellatum Peck, Lyco- 
perdon caudatum Schroeter]. Myc. Notes, 23:283. Aug. 
1906. 

Bovistella, The Genus. [A Monograph ; 21 species ; ; illustra- 
tions.] C. G. Lloyd. Myc. Notes, 23:277-287. Aug. 1906. 

Buettneria lateralis Presl. (?), host to Uredo cabreriana Kern 
& Kellerm. n. sp. [Guatemala.] Jour. Mycol. 13:25. Jan. 
1907. 

Bulgaria rufa magna Peck n. var., among fallen leaves under 
balsam fir trees or on the ground among mosses. N. Y. 
State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) 131. Aug. 1906. 

Byrsonima crassifolia (L.) H. B. K., host to Aecidium byrso- 
nimae Kern & Kellerm. n. sp. [Guatemala.] Jour. Mycol. 
13:24. Jan. 1907. 

Caeoma strobilina Arth. n. sp., on cones of Pinus palustris Mill, 
and Pinus taeda L. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 33 1519. Oct. 1906. 

Caesalpinia pulcherrima Lev., see Poinciana pulcherrima L. 

Carex, putrid culm., host to Humaria wisconsiensis Rehm. n. sp. 
Ann. Mycolog. 3:517. Dec. 1905. 

Carnation Pinks, host to Sporotrichum anthophilum Peck n. sp. 
N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) :28. Aug. 1906. 

Cassia biflora L., host (new) to Ravenelia spinulosa. Jour. 
Mycol. 13:19. Jan. 1907. 

Ceratelium [orthographical error, see Cerotelium Arthur.] 
Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 33 :5i3- Oct. 1906. 

Cercospora concors, A Potato Leaf-blotch Fungus new to Amer- 
ica. [Abstract.] L. R. Jones. Science N. S. 25:291. 22 
Feb. 1907. 



126 Journal of Mycology [Vol. 13 

Cerotelium [correction of orthographical error in Ceratelium 
Arthur.] Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 33 1513. Oct. 1906. 

Chaetochloa macrosperma Scribn. & Mer., host to Uredo 
chaetochloae Arth. n. sp. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 33:519. 
Oct. 1906. 

Chaetomastia juniperina (Karst. sub. Sphaeria) Berlesa. 

Synon. : Melanommina juniperinum Sacc. Syll., in cortice 

vetusto Juniperi virginianae. Ann. Mycolog. 3 :520. Dec. 

I905- 
Charles, Vera K. Occurrence of Lasiodiplodia on Theobroma 

cacao and Mangifera indica. Jour. Mycol. 12 :i45-6. July 

1906. 

Citrus fruits, Lemons and, hosts to Pithiacystis citrophthora 
Smith & Smith n. sp. Bot. Gaz. 42 :22i. September 1906. 

Clavaria conjuncta Peck n. sp., grows among fallen leaves in 
woods. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) :4s. Aug. 
1906. 

Clements, F. E. Natural System of the Discomycetes. [Title 
only.] Science N. S. 25 :26i. 15 Feb. 1907. 

Clinton, G. P. Peridermium acicolum the Aecial Stage of 
Coleosporium solidaginis. [Abstract.] Science N. S. 25:289. 
22 Feb. 1907. 

Clitopilus squamulosus Peck. n. sp., among fallen leaves in 
woods. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) :i6. Aug. 
1906. 

Clitoria cajanifolia (Presl.) Barth., host to Uromyces insularis 
Arth. n. sp. [Porto Rico.] Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 33:515. 
Oct. 1906. 

Cortinarius as a Mycorhiza-producing Fungus. C. H. Kauff- 
man. Bot. Gaz. 42:208-214. September 1906. 

Cortinarius, Key to the Species. [Kauffman.] Jour. Mycol. 
13 :32-39. Jan. 1907. 

Coleosporium plumierae Pat., on Plumiera rubra L. in Guate- 
mala and West Indies. [Kern.] Jour. Mycol. 13 U9. Jan. 
1907. 

Coleosporium solidaginis, Peridermium acicolum the Aecial 
Stage of. [Abstract.] G. P. Clinton. Science N. S. 25 :289. 
22 Feb. 1907. 

Colletotrichum trifolii Bain, n. sp., habitat in vivis caulibus et 
petiolis, rarissime in foliis Trifolii pratensis et Medicaginis 
sativae. Jour. Mycol. 12:193. Sept. 1906. 



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Cortinarius rubripes Peck n. sp., woods. N. Y. Mus. Bull.. 
105 (Bot. 9) :i6. Aug. 1906. 

Goryneum beyerinckii Oud. A New Peach Blight from Califor- 
nia. M. B. Waite. Science N. S. 25 :30s. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Cronartium ribicola Dietr., European Currant Rust Cronartium 
ribicola Dietr., An Outbreak of. F. C. Stewart. Science N. 
S. 25 :262. 15 Feb. 1907. 

Cultures of Uredineae in 1906. [Abstract.] J. C. Arthur. Sci- 
ence N. S. 25 :289. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Culture Studies in the Polymorphism of Basidiomycetes. [Ab- 
stract.] Geo. R. Lyman. Science N. S. 25 :29a 22 Feb. 
1907. 

Cupressus thyoides, host to Trichosphaeria cupressina Rehm. n. 
sp. Ann. Mycolog. 3 1520. Dec. 1905. 

Dasyscypha turbinulata (Schw. sub. Peziza) Sacc. Synon. : 
Lachnella citrina Peck. Ann Mycolog. 3:518. Dec. 1905. 

Davis, Bradley M. See Bergen, Joseph Y. and .... 

Development of Agaricus campestris. Geo. F. Atkinson. Bot. 
Gaz. 42 :24i-264. PI. VII-XII. October 1906. 

Dicaeoma appendiculata Kuntze, syn. of Prospodium appendicu- 
latum q. v. 

Dicaeoma stantis Kuntze, syn. of Prospodium appendiculatum 
q. v. 

Discomycetes, a Natural System of. [Title only.] F. E. Clem- 
ents. Science N. S. 25:261. 15 Feb. 1907. 

Disease Resistance in Watermelons, A Study of. [Abstract.] 
W. A. Orton. Science N. S. 25 :288. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Dracaena fragrans, A Study of the Leaf-tip Blight of. [Title 
only.] John F. Sheldon. Science N. S. 25:272. 15 Feb. 
1907 

Durand, E. J. Origin of the Hymenium in some Geoglossaceae. 
[Abstract.] Science N. S. 25:262. 15 Feb. 1907. 

Eastern Station for Western Plants. [Secotium acuminatum 
and Bovistella ohiensis in Mass.] C. G. Lloyd. Lloyd's 
Myc. Notes. No. 22:269-270. July 1906. 

Eleocharis palustris (L.) R. & S., host to Uromyces eleocharidis 
Arth. n. sp. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 44:514. Oct. 1906. 

Entoloma, A New, from central Ohio [E. subcostatum Atkin- 
son], on grassy ground. Geo. F. Atkinson. Jour. Mycol. 
12:236-7. PI. 92. Nov. 1906. 



128 Journal of Mycology [Vol. 13 

Entoloma flavifolium Pk. n. sp., in dense woods among fallen' 
leaves. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) -.22. Aug. 
1906. 

Entoloma subcostatum, Atkinson Geo. F.. n. sp. on grassy 
ground. Jour. Mycol. 12:236. Nov. 1906. 

Eupatorium collinum DC, host (new) to Coleosporium eupatorii 
Arth. Jour. Mycol. 13:19. Jan. 1907. 

European Currant Rust, Cronartium ribicola Dietr., An Out- 
break of. [Abstract.] F. C. Stewart.. Science N. S. 25:262. 
15 Feb. 1907. 

Exsiccati, see Fungi Colwmbiani. [Bartholomew.] 

Exsiccati, see Fungi Selecti Guatemalenses. [Kellerman.] 

Exsiccati, see Fungi Utahenses. [Garrett.] 

Fagus ferruginea, host to Phyllactinia corylea angulata Salmon 
n. var. Ann. Mycolog. 3:500. Dec. 1905. 

Ficus aurea Nutt., host to Uredo ficina Juel. [Guatemala.] 
Jour. Mycol. 13 :25. Jan. 1907. 

Field Notes of the Uredineae. A. O. Garrett. Jour. Mycol. 
12:162-4. July 1906. 

Figures produced by Protoplasmic Streaming in Fungi and 
Slime Moulds. [Abstract.] R. A. Harper. Science N. S. 
25 :282. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Fink, Bruce. A Bibliography of North American Lichenology. 
[Abstract.] Science N. S. 25 :292. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Fink, Bruce. Lichens: their Economic Role. Plant World, 
9:258-265. Nov. 1906. 

Fungi and their Relation to Fermentation and Disease. Joseph 
Y. Bergen and Bradley M. Davis. Principles of Botany, 
227-274. 1906. 

Fungi grown in Cultures, New Method of Mounting, see New 
Method of ... . 

Fungi selecti Guatemalenses, Exsiccati, Decade 1. W. A. Keller- 
man. Jour. Mycol. 12: Nov. 1906. 

Fungi Utahenses, Fascicle One. [Exsiccati; 25 specimens.] 
A. O. Garrett. 1904. 

Fungi Utahenses, Fascicle Two. [Exsiccati; Nos. 26-50.] A. 
O. Garrett. 1905? 

Fungi, wood-staining some, from various localities in the U. S. 
[Condensed description and notes.] Geo. G. Hedgcock. 
Jour. Mycol. 12:204-210. Sept. 1906. 



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Fungus, A New, of Economic Importance. Ralph E. Smith & 
Elizabeth H. Smith. [Pithiacystis n. g. and P. citrophthora 
n. sp.] Bot. Gaz. 42:215-221. September 1906. 

Galera kellermani Peck n. sp., ground in a green-house. Jour. 
Mycol. 12:148. July 1906. 

Garrett, A. O. Field Notes of the Uredineae. Jour. Mycol. 
12:162-4. July 1906. 

Garrett, A. O. Fungi Utahenses, Fascicle One. TExsiccati; 
25 specimens.] 1904. 

Garrett, A. O. Fungi Utahenses, Fascicle 2. [Exsiccati; Nos. 
26-50.] 1905. 

Geoglossaceae, Origin of the Hymenium in some. [Abstracts.] 
E. J. Durand. Science N. S. 25 :262. 15 Feb. 1907. 

Guatemalan fungi, see Fungi Selecti Guatemalenses. 

Guatemata, The Rusts of. [40 species, 5 new species, localities, 
notes and descriptions]. Frank D. Kern. Jour. Mycol. 
13:18-26. Jan. 1907. 

Haploravenelia Dietel nov. sectio Raveneliae. Beihefte z. Bot. 
Centrbl. 20:358. 1906. 

Harper, R. A. Figures produced by Protoplasmic Streaming in 
Fungi and Slime Moulds. [Abstract.] Science N. S. 25 :282. 
22 Feb. 1907. 

Hazen, Tracy E. [Secretary protempore.] Report of papers 
read before Section G. A. A. A. S. Science N. S. 25 :259-272. 
15 Feb. 1907. 

Hedgcock, Geo. G. Some wood-staining fungi from various 
localities in the U. S. [Condensed description and notes.] 
Jour. Mycol. 12:204-210. Sept. 1906. 

Heliotropium indicum L., host to Puccinia heliotropii Kern & 
Kellerm. n. sp. [Guatemala.] Jour. Mycol. 13:23. Jan. 
1907. 

Heliotropium indicum L., host to Aecidium guatemalensis Kern 
& Kellerm. n. sp. [Guatemala.] Jour. Mycol. 13-24. Jan. 
1904. 

Holocotylon, the Genus. C. G. Lloyd. Lloyd's Myc. Notes, 
22:271. July 1906. 

Holocotylon, the Genus. C. G. Lloyd. Myc. Notes. No. 
21 :254-5. April 1906. 

Humaria lacteo-cinerea Rehm n. sp., on pine drain in greenhouse. 
Ann. Mycolog. 3:517. Dec. 1905. 



130 Journal of Mycology [Vol. 13 

Humaria wisconsiensis Rehm n. sp., calamos putridos Caricis. 
Ann. Mycolog. 3:517. Dec. 1905. 

Hypomyces camphorati Peck n. sp., on the Hymenium of 
Lactarius camphoratus. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 
9) 123. Aug. 1906. 

Index to North American Mycology [continued.] W. A. Keller- 
man. Jour. Mycol. 12:221-231. Sept. 1906. 

Index to North American Mycology [continued]. W. A. Keller- 
man. Jour. Mycol. 12:249-272. Nov. 1906. 

Inocybe diminuta Peck n. sp., bare compact soil in woods roads. 
N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) :23- Aug. 1906. 

Iresine canescens H. B. K., host to Uromyces celosiae Diet. & 
Holw. [Guatemala.] Jour. Mycol. 13 :2c Jan. 1907. 

Johnson, Duncan S. Report of the Secretary: Botanical So- 
ciety of America. [Officers and Abstracts of Papers.] 
Science N. S. 25:281-293. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Jones, L. R. A Potato Leaf-blotch Fungus new to America, 
Cercospora concors. Science N. S. 25:291. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Juniperus virginiana, host to Chaetomastia juniperina (Karst.) 
Berlese. Ann. Mycolog. 3 :52c. Dec. 1905. 

Kauffman, C. H. Cortinarius as a Mycorhiza-producing 
Fungus. Bot. Gaz. 42:208-214. September 1906. 

Kauffman, C. H. The Genus Cortinarius with Key to the 
species. Jour. Mycol. 13 :32-39- PI. 93-100. Jan. 1907. 

Kellerman, W. A. A New Plowrightia from Guatemala. Jour. 
Mycol. 12:185-7. PI. 90. September 1906. 

Kellerman, W. A. Fungi selecti Guatemalenses, Exsiccati, 
Decade 1. Jour. Mycol. 12: Nov. 1906. 

Kellerman, W. A. Index to North American Mycology (con- 
tinued.) Jour. Mycol. 12:249-272. Nov. 1906. 

Kellerman, W. A. Mycological Expedition to Guatemala. 
Jour. Mycol. 12:137-145. July 1906. 

Kellerman, W. A. Notes from Mycological Literature, XX. 
Jour. Mycol. 12:164-183. July 1906. 

Kern, Frank D. The Rusts of Guatemala. [40 species, 5 new 
species, localities, notes and descriptions.] Jour. Mycol. 
13 : 1 8-26. Jan. 1907. 

Key to the Species of Cortinarius. [Kauffman.] Jour. Mycol. 

i3:32-39- J an - I 907- 
Lachnella citrina Peck, syn. of Dasyscypha turbinulata q. v. 



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Lachnum setigerum (Phill.) Rehm. Synon. : Peziza setigera 
Phill., Trichopeziza setigera Sacc. Syll., E. & E. N. A. F. 
No. 2040. Ann Mycolog. 3:518. Dec. 1905. 

Lactarius camphoratus, host to Hypomyces camphorati Peck n. 
sp. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) :23. Aug. 1906. 

Lactarius rimosellus Peck n. sp., on bare soil or on banks of 
earth by roadsides. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) -.37. 
Aug. 1906. 

Larix decidua Mill., host to Peridermium laricis (Kleb.) Arth. 
& Kern. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 33 :436. Aug. 1906. 

Lasiodiplodia on Theobroma cacao and Mangifera indica, 
Occurrence of. Vera K. Charles. Jour. Mycol. 12:145-6. 
July 1906. 

Leaf-tip Blight of Dracaena fragrans, A Study of the. [Title 
only.] John F. Sheldon. Science N. S. 25:272. 15 Feb. 
1907. 

Lemons and Citrous fruits, host to Pithiacystis citrophthora. 
Smith & Smith n. sp. Bot. Gaz. 42:221. September 1906. 

Lentinus spretus Peck n. sp., on decaying wood of Pine. N. Y. 
State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) :24. Aug. 1906. 

Lepiota bentista Morgan n. sp., growing on the ground. Jour. 
Mycol. 13 :i4. Jan. 1907. 

Lepiota Candida Morgan n. sp., growing on the ground among 
old leaves in woods. Jour. Mycol. 12:202. Sep. 1906. 

Lepiota drymonia Morgan n. sp., growing on the ground among 
old leaves in woods. Jour. Mycol. 13:13. Jan. 1907. 

Lepiota florescens Morgan n. sp., growing on the ground under 
Robinia and Gleditsia trees. Jour. Mycol. 13:5. Jan. 1907. 

Lepiota gemmata Morgan n. sp., growing in rich soil or rotten 
wood. Jour. Mycol. 12:202. Sept. 1906. 

Lepiota glischra Morgan n. sp. [Agaricus oblitus Morgan Myc. 
Fl.] Jour. Mycol. 12:203. Sept. 1906. 

Lepiota neophana Morgan n. sp., growing on the ground in 
woods. Jour. Mycol. 12:248. Nov. 1906. 

Lepiota, North American Species of [concluded]. A. P. 
Morgan. Jour. Mycol. 13:1-18. Jan. 1907. 

Lepiota, North American species of. [Monograph.] A. P. 
Morgan. Jour. Mycol. 12:154-159. July 1906. 

Lepiota, North American Species of [continued]. A. P. Mor- 
gan. Jour. Mycol. 12:195-203. Sept. 1906. 



132 Journal of Mycology [Vol. 13 

Lepiota, North American Species of [continued.] A. P. Mor- 
gan. Jour. My col. 12:242-8. Nov. 1906. 

Lepiota phaeosticta Morgan n. sp., growing out of rotten logs 
in woods. Jour. Mycol. 12:248. Nov. 1906. 

Lepiota rhodopepla Morgan n. sp., growing on the ground 
among weeds in cultivated fields. Jour. Mycol. 13 :6. Jan. 
1907. 

Lepiota rufescens Morgan n. sp. [Agaricus rufosquameus 
Morgan Fl. M. V.] Jour. Mycol. 12:246. Nov. 1906. 

Lepiotas of Sweden [observations]. H. C. Beardslee. Jour. 
Mycol. 13:26-8. Jan. 1907. 

Lepiota spanista Morgan n. sp., growing amongst rotten wood 
in woods. Jour. Mycol. 12:198. Sept. 1906. 

Lepiota umbrosa Morgan n. sp., growing on the ground in woods. 
Jour. Mycol. 12:199. Sept. 1906. 

Leptosphaeria substerilis Peck n. sp., in living leaves of pepper- 
mint, Mentha piperita. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 
9) :24- Aug. 1906. 

Leucaena microphylla Barth., host to Ravenelia leucaenae- 
microphyllae Diet. n. sp. [Mexico.] Beihefte z. Bot. 
Centrbl. 20:375. 1906. 

Lichenology, A Bibliography of North American. [Abstract.] 
Bruce Fink. Science N. S. 25 .292. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Lichens: their Economic Role. Bruce Fink. Plant World. 
9:258-265. Nov. 1906. 

Lloyd, C. G. Boudier's Plates. Lloyd's Myc. Notes, 22:276. 
July 1906. 

Lloyd, C. G. Eastern Station for Western Plants. [Secotium 
acuminatum and Bovistella ohioensis, in Mass.] Lloyd's 
Myc. Notes, No. 22:269-270. July 1906. 

Lloyd, C. G. Holocotylon, the Genus. Lloyd's Myc. Notes, 
22:271. July 1906. 

Lloyd, C. G. Lycoperdon subvelatum in Europe. Lloyd's Myc. 
Notes, 22:274. July 1906. 

Lloyd, C. G. Lycoperdon wrightii in Africa and Java. Lloyd's 
Myc. Notes, 22:271-2. July 1906. 

Lloyd, C. G. Mycological Notes. [New Notes from Ausralia; 
Boudier's Plates; The Genus Arachnion; The Genus 
Holocotylon ; A Large species of Cyphella.] No. 21 =245- 
260. PI. 70-73. April 1906. 



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Lloyd, C. G. Mycological Notes, No. 22:261-276. PI. 74-85. 
[Sur quelques rares Gasteromycetes Europeans; Eastern 
Stations for Western Plants; A novelty from Minnesota 
(Whetstonia n. g.) etc.] July 1906. 

Lloyd, C. G. Mycological Notes. [The Genus Bovistella; Two 
rare plants from Australia ; Lycoperdon subpratense ; Notes 
of travel — Geneva.] No. 23:277-292. August 1906. 

Lloyd, C. G. The Genus Bovistella fa Monograph; 21 species; 
illustrations]. Myc. Notes, 23:277-287. Aug. 1906. 

Lloyd, C. G. The Genus Holocotylon. Myc. Notes, No. 
21 :254-5. April 1906. 

Long, W. H. Notes on New or Rare Species of Ravenelia. 
Jour. Mycol. 12:234-6. Nov. 1906. 

Lycoperdon subpratense Lloyd [from W. N. Suksdorf, young 
specimen with cortex. "This is exactly the same as the Eu- 
ropean plant, Lycoperdon pratense, and as the American 
plant only differs from the European in having a colored 
capillitium we doubt if it should have a distinctive name 
even as a form."] Myc. Notes 23 :288. Aug. 1906. 

Lycoperdon subvelatum in Europe. C. G. Lloyd. Lloyd's Myc. 
Notes, 22:274. July 1906. 

Lycoperdon wrightii in Africa and Java. C. G. Lloyd. Lloyd's 
Myc. Notes, 22 :2"j\-2. July 1906. 

Lyman, Geo. R. Culture Studies in the Polymorphism of Ba- 
sidiomycetes. [Abstract.] Science N. S. 25 :29c 22 Feb. 
1907. 

Macropodia schweinitzii Sacc. Syll. 8:160. Synon. Peziza 
tomentosa Schw. Ann. Mycolog. 3:516. Dec. 1905. 

Mangifera indica, host to Lasiodiplodia [apparently L. tubericola 
E. & G.] Jour. Mycol. 12:145-6. July, 1906. 

Marasmius longistriatus Peck. n. sp., under Pine and Hemlock 
trees. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) =25. Aug. 1906. 

Medicago sativa, host to Colletotrichum trifolii Bain n. sp. Jour. 
Mycol. 12:193. Sept. 1906. 

Melamspora albertensis Arth. n. sp., on Populus tremuloides 
Mx. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 33:517. Oct. 1906. 

Melanomma juniperinium Sacc. Syll., syn of Chaetomastia jun- 
iperina q. v. 

Mentha piperita, host to Leptosphaeria substerilis Peck. n. sp. 
N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) :25. Aug. 1906. 



134 Journal of Mycology [Vol. 13 

Merulius pruni Peck n. sp., on bark of Wild Red Cherry, 
Prunus pennsylvanica. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 
9) 125. Aug. 1906. 

Merulius ulmi Peck n. sp., on dead branches of Elm, Ulmus 
americana. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 105 (Bot. 9) 126. 
Aug. 1906. 

Metcalf, Haven. The Pathology of the Rice Plant. [Abstract.] 
Science N. S. 25:262. 15 Feb. 1907. 

Michenera artocreas B. & C. is the imperfect form of Corticium 
subganteum Berk. [Geo. R. Lyman.] Science N. S. 25: 
290. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Mimosa albida H. et B. host to Ravenelia mimosae-albidae Diet, 
n. sp. [Mexico.] Beihefte z. Bot. Centrbl. 20:378. 1906. 

Mimosa albida var. floribunda Rob., host to Ravenelia mimosae- 
albidae Diet. n. sp. [Mexico.] Beihefte z. Bot. Centrbl. 
20 :378. 1906. 

Mimosa caerulea Rose, host to Ravenelia mimosae-caeruleae 
Diet. n. sp. [Mexico.] Beihefte z. Bot. Centrbl. 20.378. 
1906. 

Morgan, A. P. Descriptive synopsis of Morgan's North Ameri- 
can species of Marasmius. Jour. Mycol. 12:154-159. July, 
1906. 

Morgan, A. P. North American Species of Lepiota [concluded]. 
Jour. Mycol. 13:1-18. Jan. 1907. 

Morgan, A. P. North American species of Lepiota [continued]. 
Jour. Mycol. 12:195-203. Sept. 1906. 

Morgan, A. P. North American Species of Lepiota [continued]. 
Jour. Mcyol. 12:242-8. Nov. 1906. 

Morgan, A. P. North American Species of Lepiota. [Mono- 
graph.] Jour. Mycol. 12:154-159. July, 1906. 

Mounting Fungi grown in Cultures, see Nein Method of . 

Mucors, Sexuality in the. [Abstract.] A. F. Blakeslee. Sci- 
ence N. S. 25 :285. 22 Feb. 1907. 

Mycological Expedition to Guatemala. W. A. Kellerman. 
Journal Mycol. 12:137-145. July, 1906. 

Mycological Notes : by C. G. Lloyd. No. 22 :26i-276. PI. 74- 
85. [Sur quelques rares Gasteromycetes Europeens; East- 
ern Stations for Western Plants; A novelty from Minne- 
sota (Whetstonia, n. g.) etc.] July 1906. 

Mycological Notes: by C. G. Lloyd [The Genus Bovistella; 
Two rare plants from Australia; Lycoperdon subpratense; 
Notes of travel — Geneva.] No. 23:277-292. August 1906. 



May 1907] Index to North American Mycology 135 

Mycological Notes [New Notes from Australia, Boudier's 
Plates; The Genus Arachnion; The Genus Holocotylon; A 
large species of Cyphella]. C. G. Lloyd. No. 21 :245-26o. 
PI. 70-73. April 1906. 

Natural System of the Discomycetes. [Title only.] F. E. Clem- 
ents. Science N. S. 25:261. 15 Feb. 1907. 

Naucoria paludosella Atkinson n. sp., growing on living sphag- 
num, other mosses and rotten wood. Jour. Mycol. 12:193. 
Sept. 1906. 

Nectria (Eunectria betulina Rehm n. sp., ad lignum betulinum. 
Ann. Mycolog. 3 :5I9. Dec. 1905. 

Nephlyctis Arthur gen. nov. [Uredinales.] Jour. Mycol. 13 : 
31. Jan. 1907. 

Nephlyctis transformans (E. & E.) Arthur n. n. [Puccinia 
transformans E. & E., P. exitiosa Syd. & Holw. on Steno- 
lobium stans (L.) Don. and S. molle (H.B.K.) Seem. 
(Tecoma mollis H. B. K.)] [Mexico.] Jour. Mycol. 13:32. 
Jan. 1907. 

New Anthracnose of Alfalfa and Red Clover. [Colletotrichum 
trifolii Bain n. sp.] Samuel M. Bain and Samuel H. Essary. 
Jour. Mycol. 12:192-3. Sept. 1906. 

New Classification of the Uredinales. J. C. Arthur. [Discus- 
sion.] Jour. Mycol. 12 :i88-i9i. Sept. 1906. 

New Chrysanthemum Disease — The Ray Blight. [Abstract.] 
F. L. Stevens. Science N. S. 25:291. 22 Feb. 1907. 

New Genera of the Uredinales. J. C. Arthur. Jour. Mycol. 
13 :28~32. Jan. 1907. 

New Method of Mounting Fungi grown in Cultures for the 
Herbarium. Geo. G. Hedgcock and Perley Spaulding. 
Jour. Mycol. 12:145-6. July, 1906. 

New Native Host for Pear-blight. [Abstract.] M. B. Waite. 
Science N. S. 25 :28s. 22 Feb. 1907. 

New Peach Blight from California, Coryneum heyerinckii Oud. 

[Abstract.] M. B. Waite. Science N. S. 25 :30s. 22 Feb. 

1907. 
New Species of Galera [G. kellermani]. Charles H. Peck. 

Jour. Mycol. 12:148. July, 1906. 

New Species, two, belonging to Naucoria and Stropharia. Geo. 
F. Atkinson. Jour. Mycol. 12:193-4. PI. 91. Sept. 1906. 

New Species of Uredineae — V. Joseph Charles Arthur. Bull. 
Torr. Bot. Club, 33:513-522. Oct. 1906. 
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